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  1. Turn off the computer. Before each operation it is important to start with the removal of the accumulator. Take the slide unlocked into position, remove the battery.
    • Turn off the computer.

    • Before each operation it is important to start with the removal of the accumulator.

    • Take the slide unlocked into position, remove the battery.

  2. Using the screwdriver Philips # 1, unscrew the 5 fixing screws of the cover. Using the screwdriver Philips # 1, unscrew the 5 fixing screws of the cover.
    • Using the screwdriver Philips # 1, unscrew the 5 fixing screws of the cover.

  3. Push the screwdriver a few millimeters under the cover so that it can be touched with your fingers. Now lift the cover carefully. Attention! Disconnect the ventillator cable so that the cover can be completely removed (see next step).
    • Push the screwdriver a few millimeters under the cover so that it can be touched with your fingers.

    • Now lift the cover carefully.

    • Attention! Disconnect the ventillator cable so that the cover can be completely removed (see next step).

  4. Since the ventillator is mounted under the cover, its power supply cable must first be disconnected so that the cover can then be completely removed.
    • Since the ventillator is mounted under the cover, its power supply cable must first be disconnected so that the cover can then be completely removed.

  5. With the Philips # 1 screwdriver, unscrew the fixing screw of the CD / DVD drive. With the Philips # 1 screwdriver, unscrew the fixing screw of the CD / DVD drive.
    • With the Philips # 1 screwdriver, unscrew the fixing screw of the CD / DVD drive.

  6. Now carefully pull out the CD / DVD drive. Now carefully pull out the CD / DVD drive. Now carefully pull out the CD / DVD drive.
    • Now carefully pull out the CD / DVD drive.

  7. With the screwdriver Phillips # 1, unscrew the two screws which are located in the slot of the accumulator. Insert a standard screwdriver into the slot in the cover above the keyboard. Lift the cover with the usual care.
    • With the screwdriver Phillips # 1, unscrew the two screws which are located in the slot of the accumulator.

    • Insert a standard screwdriver into the slot in the cover above the keyboard.

    • Lift the cover with the usual care.

  8. With the Phillips # 1 screw, remove the four screws securing the keyboard in the upper part. With the Phillips # 1 screw, remove the four screws securing the keyboard in the upper part. With the Phillips # 1 screw, remove the four screws securing the keyboard in the upper part.
    • With the Phillips # 1 screw, remove the four screws securing the keyboard in the upper part.

  9. Now turn the keyboard towards the screen. Carefully remove the connection cable in the direction of the plug axis.
    • Now turn the keyboard towards the screen.

    • Carefully remove the connection cable in the direction of the plug axis.

  10. Remove plug A. Remove plug B.
    • Remove plug A.

    • Remove plug B.

  11. Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover. Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover. Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover.
    • Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover.

  12. Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover. Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover. Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover.
    • Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover.

  13. Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover. Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover. Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover.
    • Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover.

  14. Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover. Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover. Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover.
    • Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover.

  15. With the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove the other screw located on the back. Remove the plug of the touchpad.
    • With the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove the other screw located on the back.

    • Remove the plug of the touchpad.

  16. To remove the frame of the keyboard, start with the upper part on the right. (Visual access to the clips through the opening of the CD / DVD drive), by pushing in a small normal screwdriver or better a small guitar plate. Then continue with the lower part. Then continue with the lower part.
    • To remove the frame of the keyboard, start with the upper part on the right. (Visual access to the clips through the opening of the CD / DVD drive), by pushing in a small normal screwdriver or better a small guitar plate.

    • Then continue with the lower part.

  17. Proceed with the removal of the keyboard tab in a clockwise direction. Remove the frame of the keyboard and the motherboard will appear. Remove the frame of the keyboard and the motherboard will appear.
    • Proceed with the removal of the keyboard tab in a clockwise direction.

    • Remove the frame of the keyboard and the motherboard will appear.

  18. Pull out the main plug. Pull out the small plug in the middle.
    • Pull out the main plug.

    • Pull out the small plug in the middle.

  19. Flip the computer over and unplug the connector near the processor (CPU). Remove the other connector located immediately to the right. With the screwdriver Philips # 1, remove the 2 fixing screws of the Wi-Fi chipset.
    • Flip the computer over and unplug the connector near the processor (CPU).

    • Remove the other connector located immediately to the right.

    • With the screwdriver Philips # 1, remove the 2 fixing screws of the Wi-Fi chipset.

  20. Pull out the rear plug. Unplug the small plug that lies immediately next to the first plug. With the Philips # 1 screwdriver, remove the red-edged screws.
    • Pull out the rear plug.

    • Unplug the small plug that lies immediately next to the first plug.

    • With the Philips # 1 screwdriver, remove the red-edged screws.

  21. Using the Philips # 1 screwdriver, remove the 10 main board mounting screws. Unplug the small plug which lies in front. With the screwdriver Philips # 1, remove the 2 screws which are transversally marked and marked with blue circles.
    • Using the Philips # 1 screwdriver, remove the 10 main board mounting screws.

    • Unplug the small plug which lies in front.

    • With the screwdriver Philips # 1, remove the 2 screws which are transversally marked and marked with blue circles.

    • Take out the motherboard.

Conclusion

For reassembly, follow the instructions in reverse order.

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